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The Story of My Life (The Complete Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova) by Giacomo Casanovagoodreads.com

The Story of My Life (The Complete Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova)

Giacomo Casanova

Excerpt from The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova

And not only are the Memoirs a literary curiosity; they are almost equally curious from a bibliographical point of view. The manuscript was written in French and came into the possession of the publisher Brockhaus, of Leipzig, who had it translated into German, and printed. From this German edition, M. Aubert de Vitry re-translated the work into French, but omitted about a fourth of the matter, and this mutilated and worthless version is frequently purchased by unwary bibliophiles. In the year 1826, however, Brockhaus, in order presumably to protect his property, printed the entire text of the original ms. In French, for the first time, and in this complete form, containinga large number of anecdotes and incidents not to be found in the spurious version, the work was not acceptable to the authorities, and was consequently rigorously suppressed. Only a few copies sent out for presentation or for review are known to have escaped, and from one of these rare copies the present translation has been made strictly and solely for private circulation.…

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